Puni Tiakiwai, who hails from the Ruātoki Valley, says he is overwhelmed to become vice-chair of the new National Māori Horse Association Aotearoa Trust, a group of Māori who support the Māori hors
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Tūhoe to feature in New Zealand International film festival
The premiere of a film which captures the conception of the first living building in New Zealand will showcase next month at the New Zealand International Film Festival taking place in Auckland. 'Ever the Land' is a film directed by Sarah Grohnert and tells the story of Te Wharehou o Tūhoe.
Ruatoki-based short film to show in NZ International Film Festival
Ow What, is a short film about a young Māori boy from Ruatoki who wants to follow in his father's All Black footsteps. But in one night, his whole world changes forever. The film has been selected for Best Shorts category at the New Zealand International Film Festival.
Queen's honour for Māori educationalist
Tawhirimatea Te Auripo Rewita Williams made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
Mahoney family honoured at Ruatoki Anzac service
The story of the Mahoney family has been etched on the walls of a dining hall in Ruatoki for years, and now the descendants of the four soldiers of the family whose names sit alongside Tūhoe War Veterans are finding out why their ancestors names have such a special place.
Te Wharekura o Ruatoki students showcase their love for science
More engagement through science, students from Te Wharekura o Ruatoki were having fun today with the junior classes showcasing their talents to their fellow pupils, teachers and community.
Tūhoe take trip to Wellington to strengthen relationship with Police
Tūhoe and the Police are strengthening their relationship with a face to face meeting in Wellington. The two groups have come together to assist some of the children affected by the 2007 Raids in Ruatoki.
Ruatoki boy set to take on competitors at National Tennis Tournament
Te Kani Williams of Ngāi Tūhoe descent has achieved a great amount throughout his tennis career.
Police organise trip for children affected by Tūhoe raids
A trip planned for children who were caught up in the 2007 Urewera raids has come under fire.
Junior Māori and English speakers took the Manu Kōrero stage today
It's the second day of the Ngā Manu Kōrero Speech Competition in the Hawke's Bay, and today it was the younger tier competing in the Te Rāwhiti Ihaka and Sir Turi Caroll sections.